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03 Apr 2019

Everything You Need to Know About the Baroque Era and Art

Often confused due to its overlap with the renaissance period, baroque is an artistic current that have left a huge mark on art, as we know it today. Baroque has very extravagant influences, easily recognized because of the fine elements and details that focus on emotions rather than logic and
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26 Mar 2019

Pompeii and Herculaneum: A Glorious Past is Preserved on the Bay of Naples

Both Pompeii and Herculaneum, its neighbor in western Italy, were thriving in 79 AD. With their location on the Bay of Naples, their affluent residents, and their thriving economies, they were showplaces for displays of wealth among the newly rich merchant classes – as well as the nobility who vacationed
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20 Mar 2019

The Versace Mansion – Design Inspiration and Mosaic Showcase

It might be the exposure from American Crime Story, but the legendary Versace Mansion in Miami, Florida is one of the most visited tourist destinations in South Beach. Or, it could simply be that the legendary style of Gianni Versace is still a forceful draw for anyone who loves the
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12 Mar 2019

The Wonderful World of AI Art

With the rise of AI artwork, people often wonder if the careers of artists could be threatened in any way. What’s interesting about AI technology is how the creative industry can all be boiled down to algorithms that can create detailed pieces, copying the styles of the world’s most famous
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06 Mar 2019

The Coolest Mosaic Lamp Shades You’ll Ever See

For centuries, mosaic has been considered one of the most beautiful forms of art, dating back to the early Roman days, when tiles were used to decorate baths and villas. Only the rich and wealthy were able to enjoy these mosaic pieces, which have long stood as proof of the
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26 Feb 2019

Stunning Ways to Use Mosaic Art as Wall Decor

Mankind has been compelled to decorate the walls of their homes since the beginning. The  most ancient examples have meanings that are lost in time: animal figures, geometric shapes, scenes of activities. We can view through the lens of our current world, and have not a clue about what their
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